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Card Sorting Tools

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A closer look on Card Sorting Tools in general and xsortapp specific.

A closer look on Card Sorting Tools in general and xsortapp specific.

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    • 1. Card-sorting tools MUX 1: Benny Skogberg
    • 2. Why? Card-sorting is a great way to learn how users, or prospective users, of a website perceive the logical relationships among the various elements of the site.
    • 3. Relationships matter Users - Logical Relationships - Elements
    • 4. Relationships matter Users - Logical Relationships - Elements
    • 5. How? 1. Define the cards to be sorted. 2. Have representative users sort the cards. 3. Analyze the results.
    • 6. Open & Closed Open Card Sort Closed Card Sort • No Labels • Labels • Near project start • Near end of project Project Timeline
    • 7. Tools Webb Windows Macintosh Linux Free Open source: License
    • 8. xSort for Mac
    • 9. d y S t u o f e ct bj O
    • 10. d y S t u o f e ct bj O
    • 11. Create test
    • 12. 1. Define cards
    • 13. Test at Runtime
    • 14. Test at Runtime 2. Representative user {
    • 15. Test end
    • 16. 3. Analyze the Result
    • 17. Resultat
    • 18. Resultat ?
    • 19. Cluster Tree?
    • 20. Cluster Analysis Cluster analysis or clustering is the assignment of a set of observations into subsets (called clusters) so that observations in the same cluster are similar in some sense. Clustering is a method of unsupervised learning, and a common technique for statistical data analysis used in many fields, including machine learning, data mining, pattern recognition, image analysis
    • 21. Cluster Analysis Cards that join together sooner are more similar to each other than those that join together later
    • 22. Cluster Analysis Cards that join together sooner are more similar to each other than those that join together later Join sooner = more similar
    • 23. Gestalt principles ✤ Figure ✤ Similarity ✤ Proximity ✤ Closure ✤ Continuity ✤ Symmetry DePaul University, Chicago: http://facweb.cs.depaul.edu/sgrais/gestalt_principles.htm
    • 24. Gestalt principles ✤ Figure Similar? ✤ Similarity ✤ Proximity ✤ Closure ✤ Continuity ✤ Symmetry Anders Borg Vincent Vega DePaul University, Chicago: http://facweb.cs.depaul.edu/sgrais/gestalt_principles.htm
    • 25. Cluster Tree
    • 26. Cluster Tree
    • 27. Cluster Tree Dissimilarity [Olikhet]
    • 28. Result Dissimilarity [Olikhet]
    • 29. Next step: Labeling • Är student • Vill studera • Hitta Schema • Studentportalen
    • 30. Next step: Labeling ? • Är student • Vill studera • Hitta Schema • Studentportalen
    • 31. Card Sorting Tools thx

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